More kitchen adventures

Fresh bread with nectarine jam!
Fresh bread with nectarine jam!

Another weekend, another trip to the farmer’s market. Graham and I spent another weekend in the kitchen making and storing.

We don't make bread very often, which might be why we only have one bread pan
We don’t make bread very often, which might be why we only have one bread pan

I got an awesome slow bread recipe from my mom. I rises 3 times for a total of 20 hours, but it is super delicious.

Homemade borcht - worth all the 8 million steps.
Homemade borscht – worth all the 8 million steps.

At the farmers market we bought dill, beets, potatoes, and cabbage. In Saskatoon, this combination can only mean one thing: borscht!

Mount kale chips, courtesy of the food dehydrator
Mount kale chips, courtesy of the food dehydrator

Not everything we made was old-fashioned; we also made some nouveau-hippy snacks and picked some ultra-trend berries. We have so far got seabuckthorn saft (juice syrup) and frozen juice cubes, and tonnes in the freezer for smoothies.

Seabuckthorn - I picked about 4kg.
Seabuckthorn – I picked about 4kg.

One thought on “More kitchen adventures”

  1. Beauty. I love seeing your kitchen adventures. Seeing that bread brought the smell of Nana’s kitchen straight to me. Nice.

    That bag of seabuckthorn berries has some serious street value.

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